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Bursters are a five-piece alt-emo band from South Korea.
The same pattern is still at a formative stage in accounts of pulsars, quasars, black holes, x-ray bursters, global warming, stellar formation, planetary rings, and many more topics.
One student explained that her teacher would talk to her parents instead of her, whereas another commented, "My teachers don't really listen to me that much." Likewise, a number of youth recalled teachers telling them "You're not gonna do that," "You can't do that," or "You're never gonna be able to do that." This commentary by the youth is consistent with the reflections of teachers who, as described previously, viewed themselves as "bubble bursters." Teachers were also described by the youth as having the ability to not limit just dreams, but opportunities as well: I was taking business, something that I really wanted to do, and next thing I know, I got taken out of the class and they told me I had to be in special ed ...
Gamma-ray Mystery "Since their discovery a decade ago, the mysterious celestial gamma-ray bursters have refused to give up the secret of their origin.
Bursters for air-dropped CS drums were more reliable and effective than the jury-rigged, detonation cord-wrapped drums used previously.
Although the GFP-[beta]-cat* group had a slightly higher proportion of bursters than the control and Ncad(intra) groups, these differences were not significant.
Hypernova include Gamma Ray Bursters - the largest explosions since the Big Bang, which created the universe.
The 74 papers explore the behavior and characteristics of these stars, the origin of their instabilities, their final stages, and their relation to the stars that become hypernovae and gamma ray bursters. Some of the celestial objects classified as supernovae, it turns out, may in fact be examples of evolved, very massive stars, and Eta Carinae is singled out as a prime example of such imposters.
"'Jumpers, stumpers, dumpers, dunkers, bleeders, floaters, poppers, bursters," Mike confesses.
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Prof Bode's can now concentrate on saving the Earth from asteriods and violent space explosions called Gamma Ray Bursters (GRBs).
The real question is, what can sound tell us that other mediums can't?" Smithsonian Folkways hopes to tap into the National Air and Space Museum's collection of space noises: astronauts' voices, radio signals from gamma-ray bursters. At Cornell University, scientists are assembling an enormous archive of birdsongs and whale songs; some of those might find their way into the Smithsonian Folkways catalogue.
I once defined the universe as "a device contrived for the perpetual astonishment of astronomers." Indeed, what lunatic could have dreamed of quasars, gamma-ray bursters, or stars spinning a thousand times per second?
(1) Gamma ray bursters have been traced to their sources 9-12 billion light years away.